TINY INDIAN TABLET MAKER Notion Ink is telling the world plus dog to ignore rumours that its products will be delayed until November.
Writing in his blog, Rohan Shravan said that the rumours were not true.
He said that the firm's cunning plan to release the Adam tablet is going according to plan.
This probably means that Adam will be launched in a couple of months and will have a staggered rollout all over the world. The tablet is expected to do well in India, which will be the first country to see it.
Shravan said that the company has closed its final round of funding. "This is extremely good news for everyone. I say that, because if we have global ambitions, there must be someone who can help us achieve that. And now we have got the muscle power," he said.
The Adam is an Nvidia Tegra 2 powered Android tablet that uses Pixel Qi screen technology. This means that unlike the Ipad you can read it outdoors when the sun is shining.
There will also be a cheaper version of the Notion Ink tablet with a normal LCD screen that will be available for users who don't plan on doing too much reading. Shravan has hinted at a third variation as well, which is supposed to run on a mysterious battery efficient system.
"We have done some good work to get the devices out at yet more aggressive price which we were aiming for," he said. µ
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